Melaka

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8
Melaka
6 reviews
Built from a restored 1920s mansion, this is Melaka's most luxurious property. — Frommer's
8
Melaka
4 reviews
Set in a beautifully restored Peranakan shophouse, this place makes much of its historical appeal and even has a mini museum... Rooms are, however, decorated in a contemporary style. — Rough Guide
8
Melaka
4 reviews
Started by a local family, this small guesthouse is in a renovated 100-year-old building furnished in traditional Peranakan and colonial style, and located right in the heart of Chinatown. — Frommer's
7
Melaka
1 review
Head here for clean, industrial-sized dorm rooms and common areas decorated with a nouveau-heritage Chinatown jazz lounge look. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
Sleeping four, this gorgeous restoration project of a shophouse has kept the big old beams and original exposed brickwork but has updated with stylish contemporary decor. — Lonely Planet
7
Melaka
4 reviews
Jonker Boutique Hotel is a three-pearl property located directly on popular Jonker Street — Oyster
7
1 review
There's a fun flashpacker vibe at this great addition to central Melaka City's budget options. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
Three 1825 vintage shophouses have been combined to create this classy boutique hotel. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
A real step up for Melaka's hostel options. — Lonely Planet
7
Melaka
2 reviews
With spacious rooms and plenty of amenities, the Holiday Inn Melaka offers a lot of bang for the buck. — Oyster
7
2 reviews
As well as operating a cafe, this old Peranakan mansion has six small, simple, spotless rooms for overnight stays. — Lonely Planet
7
Melaka
2 reviews
There's a large pool on the 12th floor and sweeping views from Alto Sky Lounge on the 22nd floor. — Lonely Planet
7
Melaka
2 reviews
The Sterling Boutique Hotel Melaka is a polished three-and-a-half-pearl property that's a 10-minute walk to famous Jonker Street. — Oyster
7
Melaka
3 reviews
Casa del Rio Melaka is an upscale riverside hotel in historic central Melaka that's just over five minutes from popular Jonker Street on foot. — Oyster
7
2 reviews
This upscale hotel is a sleek and modern property with interesting architecture — Oyster
7
Melaka
1 review
A 1673 Dutch mansion meets urban-Zen chic at Melaka's most stylish digs. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
The staff take things at a serious stroll and the food is mediocre, but the location near Sungai Melaka, the late hours and the outside seating maintain a somewhat shaky allure. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
One of the more affordable house-rental options in Melaka City is the Bridge Loft, which rents out rooms in three cosy shophouses steps from the Melaka River. — Lonely Planet
7
Melaka
2 reviews
This lovely hostel is in a restored old shophouse painted periwinkle blue. Fan-cooled rooms with one shared bathroom are spread out... Noise from your neighbours might keep you awake at night. — Lonely Planet
7
2 reviews
The lobby sets the tone, with old wooden furniture, a water feature and uniformed staff. — Rough Guide
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